Alex Trebek shares update on his cancer treatment as 'Jeopardy!' announces plan to air vintage episodes

Alek Trebek shared an update on his treatment for stage IV pancreatic cancer and says that his treatment "fatigues me a great deal" but also adds that his "numbers are good, and I'm feeling great." "Jeopardy!" also announced plans to air vintage episodes for a monthlong retrospective series.

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